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County library announces upcoming class schedule

County library announces upcoming class schedule

Posted: Wednesday, December 31, 2008 11:26 am

The Messenger. 12.31.08 The Obion County Public Library has announced the following class schedule. To register for free classes or to determine class times, call 885-7000. • Meet the Mouse — Jan. 12, 13, 29, Feb. 7, 24, March 16 and 24. An introduction to computer, it will include instruction on pointing and clicking the mouse, navigating the toolbar and taskbar and beginning navigation of the Internet. Pat Thompson will be the instructor. • Great Expectations — Jan. 6, Feb. 3 and March 3. Find the next great read by learning how to find new books and about the online book club. Also talk about your favorites. Jo Faye Walker is the instructor. • E-mail Class — Jan. 24, 27, Feb. 9, March 2, 7 and 31. Learn how to set up a new e-mail account, how to send and receive messages, attach files, set privacy settings and create an address book. Pat Thompson will be the instructor. • R.E.A.D.S. — Jan. 20, Feb. 10 and March 17. Learn to download audiobooks and e-books through the Regional E-Book and Audiobook Download System. Jo Faye Walker is the instructor. • Beginning Genealogy — Jan. 8, Feb. 5 and March 5. Learn how to begin your family history, use pedigree charts and family group sheets and learn about print resources in the library’s Tennessee Room. Sandra Bagwell and Bill Dahnke will be the instructors. • Internet Searching — Jan. 10, 26, Feb. 21, March 10 and 30. Find reliable information by learning how to evaluate Web sites, learn searching strategies and get pathfinders to good sources. Pat Thompson will be the instructor. • TEL and Online Databases — Jan. 15, Feb. 23 and March 21. Learn about the Tennessee Electronic Library and online databases provided by Obion County Public Library. Find millions of articles from print magazines, newspapers and books for free. Pat Thompson will be the instructor. • Online Genealogy — Jan. 22, Feb. 19 and March 19. Learn to use Ancestry.com and HeritageQuest Online. Find reliable online sources for family history searching. Bill Dahnke will be the instructor.

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